Dr Archie Kalokerinos died on 1st March, 2012, at the age of 85. If you are unfamiliar with the travels and writings of this wonderful contributer to real medicine, we recommend that you take some time to read his books.
If ever a person deserved a Nobel Prize, Archie did, but because so much of what he “practiced” as medicine, made fools of the medical system as it is today, his only nominees would be the people whose lives he saved, and those who knew him intimately.
The Aboriginees, at first appeared to be an innately sick, unfortunate population. The Australian government doctors intervened regularly with vaccines, antibiotics and alterations in their old ways of living. Dr Kalokerinos, initially wondered why these people were so sick, but he quickly found the answer, and the answer made him an enemy of the medical profession. In Archie’s opinion, the death rate in the Aborigine babies and children stemmed from widespread subclinical scurvy, which resulted in every second child dying, after the medical profession’s vaccination teams swept through the districts. This finding prompted the writing of the book, EVERY SECOND CHILD
HERE we include a PDF to Dr Kalokerinos’ latest work, his book called “Shaken Baby Syndrome: An Abusive Diagnosis.” We thank Hilary and Peter Butler and the Robert Reisinger Memorial Trust for publishing this document and giving us permission to post on IMCV.
Beyond Conformity’s blog on Dr Kalokerinos’ life can be linked to HERE.